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(low fire workshops in ny,

updated sat 9 may 98


Frank Martin on fri 8 may 98

Handbuilding With The
Wheel:Low Fire Solutions
(Hands on & Demonstration)

Explore and expand uses for the wheel, with attention placed on the
and surface created by throwing. Emphasis is placed on assembling and
altering wheel-thrown forms. Functional and decorative solutions are
explored employing oval, stacked and combined forms.
Discussion on glaze palettes, along with handouts on
formulas for clay bodies, slips, terra-sigillatas and glazes
for the cone 06-02 firing range are included.

2 sessions: $160

Thu & Fri, May 28 & 29, 10 am-4 pm AEOCW25-0l

Woody Hughes has a BFA from Alfred University. He
is currently an instructor at Dowling College His work
is widely exhibited and collected.
Pinch Forming
Wesley Anderegg
(Hands on & Demonstration)
All Levels

Wesley demonstrates the forming methods he uses to make cups, teapots
and sculptures.
Discussions on developing narrative ideas, slide lectures and bands-on
round out the workshop.

2 sessions: $160

Thu & Fri, June 18 & 19 10 am-4 pm AEOCW26-01

Wesley Anderegg is a studio ceramicist, represented by The Works
Philadelphia, PA. He exhibits nationally.


Andrea Gill
Reconfiguring the Vessel/
Large Constructions
All Levels

Pottery allows form to hold decoration.
The tradition began with the first pinch pot and continues today.
Demonstrations of handbuitding techniques using press molds,
techniques for making large slab-built constructions, discussions of
formal and technical surface considerations, and
information on low fire glazes (particularly majolica),
will be presented through demonstrations and slide lectures
which address historical as well as contemporary work.

2 Sessions. $160

Thu & Fri, July 9 & 10, 10am-4 pm AECOCW27-01

Andrea Gill received her MFA from Alfred University
where she now teaches. Her work has been collected
and exhibited widely at the Renwick Gallery,
the American Craft Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum,
the Victoria & Albert Museum, London and many others.


For more information on workshops and classes call the 92nd street Y
Art Center Ceramics dep. 212-415-5565, or call Y charge with your
class or workshop code number and register now, call 212-996-1100